|By PR Newswire||
|January 6, 2014 10:17 AM EST||
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Symphony Teleca Corporation (STC), a global innovation and development services company, today announced it will reveal several new and innovative solutions for the connected world at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 7 - 10 in Las Vegas. These demonstrations, showcasing the company's expertise in consumer electronics, automotive, mobile devices, media and broadcast, professional video and audio and healthcare industries, will point to the beyond ordinary future of how we work, live and play.
From its exhibit suites at the Venetian, STC will draw on recent projects to offer live demos of the cutting-edge technology it is helping several global brands bring to market in 2014. Through these real-world customer-specific solutions, the company will offer insight into how connective technology will bring about a new status quo in efficiency and innovation in the year to come across industries, including:
- The Future of Mobile and Connected Devices
From the latest in wearable technology to up-and-coming open source platforms, STC will present what is in store for the world of mobile in 2014. Showcases will demonstrate the latest software solutions for emerging platforms, shed light on the high-end smartphone industry and provide an under-the-hood look at what companies need to do to be first to market with innovative connected experiences, whether it be for fitness enthusiasts, health and wellness advocates or another targeted audience.
- The In-Vehicle Experience of Tomorrow
STC will demonstrate the latest in automotive design and development, including the in-vehicle infotainment systems, remote software management technology and Ethernet AVB solutions that leading OEMs are implementing across the globe to support the definition and realization of next-generation connected car experiences across the entire product lifecycle.
- Disruption by Design
STC's design-catalyst team SIX Studios will showcase new projects that have helped global brands create enterprise-grade, branded consumer experiences. Also available will be a step-by-step tutorial on the team's six-step predictable innovation process to research, design and develop innovative products and services for the connected world.
- Innovation in the Living Room
The company will also unveil extraordinary media, broadcast and audio solutions for the rapidly expanding consumer electronics market that will be instrumental in delivering next-generation, high-quality consumer experiences from the living room and beyond.
"Increased connectivity is the key to the future and we're thrilled to join the ranks of companies delivering beyond ordinary solutions in consumer technology at the 2014 International CES this year," said Sanjay Dhawan, President and CEO, Symphony Teleca Corporation. "From wearables and next-generation mobile devices to remote automotive software management systems and in-vehicle infotainment, connective devices are at the heart of how we communicate. We're excited to showcase these forward-thinking projects we've developed for some of the world's most respected brands that further underscore our unique ability to translate their ideas into commercial realities."
About Symphony Teleca
Symphony Teleca Corporation, headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., is a global innovation and development services company. The company offers ideation, design, development and managed services to independent software vendors, mobile device and solutions manufacturers and the connected, analytics-driven enterprise. Clients leverage their partnership with Symphony Teleca to deliver innovative SaaS/Cloud enterprise software products, mobile software products and solutions, big data and analytic services and solutions, and enterprise mobility solutions. Symphony Teleca is a fast growing global company with over 6,000 employees in over 32 offices worldwide, including delivery centers in Asia, Australia, Europe and the Americas. To learn more, visit www.symphonyteleca.com.
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